The 2nd Caversham House was in Dover Street, Ryde, Isle of Wight. Built in about 1860.
Blackall Simonds (1784-1875) retired from the Brewery and moved there from Caversham Court [see above] with his wife Emma Jane Usborne (1797-1885).
They must have lived in some style, because the census of 1861 shows 4 staff and of 1871 shows 5 staff were living on the premises.

Family folklore relates that Blackall was one of the early members of the Royal Victoria Yacht Club, then located just West of Ryde Pier.

On his death in 1875 Emma lived there alone and became much involved in local charity projects right up till her death in February 1885, when the house and contents were promptly sold. First the extensive contents in March:
Caversham House auction 1885 Contents

Then the house itself in July, this is the Auction notice in the local paper, the Isle of Wight Observer.
Caversham House Auction 1885 notice

It also merited its own poster:
Caversham House auction 1885 poster

Perhaps it failed to sell – because it came on the market again in 1886 and again in 1903.
Caversham House auction 1886Caversham House auction 1903

The old house was pretty much unchanged 100 years later in 1986 –
Caversham House West Front 1986

It was finally demolished in 1986 to make way for a new school, this is the story.
Caversham Newspaper Report 17 01 1986 (1)